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RE: Still cannot read card data for Sleepyhead (PR System One REMstar 60 Series)
Sorry CHanlon--I should have known better to have tried to actually use a name on a multiple quoting listing after coming off an apnea-ridden brainSmile I like Paula's idea of just using the quick reply button and forgettabout the rest.
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RE: Still cannot read card data for Sleepyhead (PR System One REMstar 60 Series)
Anyone know of free program that will read the card on a 64bit computer. Seems all I can find is supported on a 32 only.
08-12-2012 05:06 AM
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RE: Still cannot read card data for Sleepyhead (PR System One REMstar 60 Series)
(08-12-2012 05:06 AM)cybersal Wrote:  Anyone know of free program that will read the card on a 64bit computer. Seems all I can find is supported on a 32 only.

My solution to 32bit software issues on a 64bit machine is VMware. VMware player software is free and allows you to create a virtual PC completely insulated from your main system. Once you have created the PC you just install whatever operating system you need.

This might seem like overkill, but all my 32bit applications behave very nicely in their own little world!
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RE: Still cannot read card data for Sleepyhead (PR System One REMstar 60 Series)
My solution to 32bit software issues on a 64bit machine is VMware. VMware player software is free and allows you to create a virtual PC completely insulated from your main system. Once you have created the PC you just install whatever operating system you need.

This might seem like overkill, but all my 32bit applications behave very nicely in their own little world!


THANKS hessjm. I'll check it out to see if I can. My old windows xp runs dos in a similar manner ( but has no card slots).
08-12-2012 11:36 AM
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(08-12-2012 11:36 AM)cybersal Wrote:  My solution to 32bit software issues on a 64bit machine is VMware. VMware player software is free and allows you to create a virtual PC completely insulated from your main system. Once you have created the PC you just install whatever operating system you need.

This might seem like overkill, but all my 32bit applications behave very nicely in their own little world!


THANKS hessjm. I'll check it out to see if I can. My old windows xp runs dos in a similar manner ( but has no card slots).

The software "pulls in" all of your native devices, so your card reader should work just fine.

I'm running ResScan on a 32bit "XP PC" on my Windows 7 64bit machine just fine.
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RE: Still cannot read card data for Sleepyhead
(03-20-2012 11:12 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  Maybe someone can shed some light on this, but I think these new PR System One REMstar 60 series machines may not be compatible with any existing software packages, either the commercial EncoreViewer or the open-source SleepyHead (at least not with the current versions of those packages).

From reading about the specs, the older PR System One REMstar Auto is compatible with EncoreViewer 2.0, but it doesn't say that the newer PR System One REMstar 60 Series Auto is compatible with EncoreViewer 2.0.

Also, if anyone has a Clinican Setup Manual for the new PR 60 Series machines, please email it to me at apneaboard@gmail.com so we can make them available to other members.

Thanks. Smile

Yes you are correct the PR System One REMstar 60 series machines are not compatible with SleepyHead (at least not with the current versions of those packages).
I have tried it & it just doesn't see any files.
I have not tried the EncoreViewer 2.0 but I could test it on my 32 bit system if you want.

I too would love a copy of the Clinican Setup Manual for the new PR 60 Series machines. Thanks
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RE: Still cannot read card data for Sleepyhead (PR System One REMstar 60 Series)
Follow the instructions here to get it:

http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...P-Pressure

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